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10 x 10 on the Elizabeth Line

Pablo Sanz Claramunt

Pablo has over 12 years’ experience working in international award winning practices in Spain and the UK.

A sketch of Paddington Station by associate Pablo Sanz Claramunt is one of over 100 artworks being auctioned in Article 25’s annual fundraiser on Thursday November 22.

This year’s auction looks to the Elizabeth line - London's largest contemporary infrastructure project - for inspiration; through its development, key transport hubs along its route have transformed the urban landscape, offering London a new experience of the city.

The abstracted grid of 100 squares traces the route of the Elizabeth line through central London, from Paddington to Whitechapel. Each of the invited artists has contributed a unique piece of art inspired by their ‘square.’ Sales of the artworks will provide much-needed funds for Article 25’s work with vulnerable communities around the world.

Pablo’s piece is a digitally hand drawn sketch which shows Paddington Station as it will look when the new Elizabeth line station designed by WW+P opens next year.  It shows how the new station successfully integrates with the existing Grade I listed structure; the new station entrance positioned directly above the station box and an expansive new area of public realm along Eastbourne Terrace. 

To view or bid on Pablo’s piece via the online auction Paddle8 website click here

The live auction event will take place at 18.00 on Thursday November 22 at London’s  newest Skyscraper, Twentytwo – 22 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AJ. For more information and to buy a ticket click here


Pablo Sanz Claramunt

Pablo has over 12 years’ experience working in international award winning practices in Spain and the UK.

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